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By iciris on Apr 17, 2019 10:18 PM, concerning Hallson Gardens:

I ordered some hibiscus early this year. The other day they arrived in great shape with huge roots. The largest one I had to pot up in a tree size pot. I will definitely order from this company again.

By Snpatrick on Apr 14, 2019 3:21 AM, concerning New Hampshire Hostas:

I just received my first order from New Hampshire Hostas. The plants were excellent and the service fast and efficient.
I can't wait to order from them again

By greene on Apr 12, 2019 4:02 PM, concerning Golden Acres Ranch:

Several months ago I ordered some Mayhaw trees from a nursery in Georgia. Weather is fickle, there were not enough trees to meet the demand so I received a refund and went searching for another source for Mayhaw trees.

I found Golden Acres Ranch online, spoke to Bobbie Golden; she was very personable and assured me that the trees (3-gallon size) were in stock and would be shipped out the following morning. The trees arrived in only one day - yes, one day! In a 5-foot tall box, well packed, beautifully rooted. I would recommend that anyone in the Southeastern part of the US check out Golden Acres Ranch. They offer tours, have a farm store, and even sell the famous fainting goats.

By Totally_Amazing on Apr 10, 2019 5:14 PM, concerning Riversdale Irises:

I ordered a couple of irises from Riversdale Irises via their online web shop. My order arrived a few days later and the rhizomes I received were flowering size and had a lots of healthy roots and foliage. I also received a free packet of their iris fertilizer which they created specifically for irises. Tim and Maria are welcoming and provide a great service.

By vkartikey on Mar 18, 2019 8:20 PM, concerning 10 Terrific Vegetables: And Everything You Need to Grow and Know Them:

Gardening is my favorite subject due to its close proximity to nature and that is my passion.

By scvirginia on Mar 16, 2019 7:21 AM, concerning High Country Roses:

I just ordered a couple of roses from High Country Roses for the first time. Over the years, I've heard many good things about their selection, their plants and their customer service, and am not disappointed.

I ordered a rose for myself and one for a friend, using a gift certificate. I did need to e-mail Matt, the owner, for help with the orders, but he mentioned that he's moving to a new computer system that won't have the same confusion about gc's as the old one.

I got my rose ('Belle Poitevine') this week, and it looks healthy and well-grown. It isn't a large plant (which means that the shipping was affordable), but it looks like it will grow quickly.

HCR has a nice selection of hardy roses, and a small but nice selection of roses for warmer climates.

Virginia

By christinereid54 on Mar 7, 2019 6:44 PM, concerning Tough plants for southern gardens:

A wonderful book full of detailed information about tough, beautiful plants that actually thrive in a Southern garden and can withstand high temperatures and poor soil as well as the weather catastrophes that seem to occur every month or so down south. The well-known author, Felder Rushing, comes across like the fun gardener next door who will give you the scoop on what does best in your neighborhood. Some of the plants suggested may not be as trendy these days but they're still good choices when you absolutely, positively have to have a plant that's almost guaranteed to do well.

By pod on Feb 27, 2019 10:33 PM, concerning Sundial Seed Co.:

I find their site easy to navigate with an interesting selection of seed, some are recommended for "dry farming".

Seed packets include the planting information as well as the name of the farmer that grew them. The packages I received are marked "True Breeding - Open Pollinated".

I just received a recent order. It was shipped quickly with ample seed volume. I would gladly order from them in the future.

By TheDahliaExpert on Feb 26, 2019 11:40 AM, concerning The Dahlia Expert:

Take a look at https://www.thedahliaexpert.co... They offer a wide selection of dahlia tubers shipped from their farm in Canada to your door. Take a look today!!!
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By honeyx4 on Feb 10, 2019 7:20 AM, concerning Cobrahead:

I make sure I have this tool in my bag when I go out to garden. It makes weeding so much easier.The tip is sharp and allows precision movement.

I love the blue handle too, I'm always misplacing tools in the yard when I get distracted. That blue handle makes it easy to find without having to add tape in bright colors.

By thommesM on Feb 6, 2019 6:47 AM, concerning Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co.:

First time purchaser and completely happy. Order arrived quickly. Have yet to sow the seeds. Will update comment with germination success. However, with all the positive comments on this company, I don't think germination is going to be a problem.


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